Gold curtain up at Holy Trinity Church in Stratford on

Latest newsGoing for gold - Prof Ronnie Mulryne, the Revd Patrick Taylor and Sam Reich at the unveiling of the new Becket chapel curtain. Picture by William Mulryne. (s)

THE CLOSE connection between internationally renowned textile designer Tibor Reich and Stratford has been rekindled. Hungarian-born Reich was one of Britain’s pioneering post-war textile designers and set up his design business at Clifford Mill in Clifford Chambers in 1946. It ... More»

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Stratford on Avon man jailed for raping prostitute

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Anger at Rowley Fields development plans

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MP Nadhim Zahawi hits back at health firm claims

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Prince Charles hears RSC in fine fettle

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Gun amnesty hailed a success

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Biggins to flip switch on Birthplace Lightshow

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Concern as crimes go unrecorded

CRIMES including sexual offences are going unrecorded in Warwickshire, according to a new report. An inspection of the way crimes are recorded by police in Warwickshire and West Mercia looked ...More»

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Stratford College seemingly turning fortunes around

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Police dog named after fallen Southam solidier

Staff get on bike to Paris for Royal British Legion

Mixed fortunes for district council's planning appeals

Lottery win for Stratford-on-Avon couple

Protecting butterflies at Mary Arden's Farm

Shakespeare Birthplace Lightshow - four times as good

Work finally set to start on Stratford Town Square

Taxi drivers warned over behaviour

Mum gives up hair to help children fighting cancer

Dad of fallen paratrooper goes to Afghanistan in memory

Mum barefaced for Children in Need

Wellesbourne remembers Great War troops

Shakespeare on film in Stratford on Avon

Ant & Cleo The Musical at Stratford ArtsHouse

Stratford D-Day veterans honoured at special ceremony

Harvard House opening to visitors again

Charitable school wear it pink for Breast Cancer Campaign

More than £1.2million spent by SDC on planning appeals

Global Gathering cancelled

Green light for Stratford Hospital

HRH Princess Anne in Stratford- on-Avon for MNDA talks

Crime victims to have say on punishments

Gang jailed for Stratford district burglary

HS2 cash for communities 'derisory'

Life-saving equipment now outside district council offices

Townspeople needed to fund Bard's Birthday Celebrations

Mary Arden's Farm scoops UK organic award

Search on to find Stratford district's best buildings

Stolen bulldog handler given second chance

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